Monthly Archives: January 2011

Monday Morning’s Cold Cup of Coffee: New Studies in Biblical Theology

Cold Cup of Coffee is a semi-regular posting in which I will feature a book or books that are worth reading on a Sunday evening (or any other time, for that matter). When the book is good, the coffee sits … Continue reading

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Biblical Inerrancy: What’s the Debate All About?

My time is scarce at the moment, but I did want to highlight the standard statement on biblical inerrancy found here. Also, there is a helpful article in Themelios that looks at the history of the debate and the issues … Continue reading

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Inerrancy?

I plan on doing some posts on biblical inerrancy in the upcoming weeks, so to start things off I thought I’d link to an excellent blog post by Steve Hays over at Triablogue.  He makes some excellent points. Words of … Continue reading

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Robinson on Modern Thought

“The modern fable is that science exposed religion as a delusion and more or less supplanted it.  But science cannot serve in the place of religion because it cannot generate an ethics or a morality.  It can give us no … Continue reading

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